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This Week @ MHS

Please note that the MHS is CLOSED on Monday, 18 January, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Normal hours resume on Tuesday, 19 January.

This week we have two seminars on tap to sate your historical appetite. They are

- Tuesday, 19 January, 5:15PM - Join us as Sara Georgini from the Adams Papers Editorial Project presents "The Providence of John and Abigail Adams," which asks what it meant for the Adamses of Massachusetts to be "raised" Christian in America. Chris Beneke of Bentley University provides comment. This talk is part of the Early American History Seminar series. Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP requiredSubscribe to receive advance copies of the seminar papers.

- Thursday, 21 January, 5:30PM - "Biography, Inc.: Two Writers Talk about the Trade." Join Christopher Benfey, Mount Holyoke College, and Megan Marshall, Emerson College, in a wide-ranging conversation moderated by Susan Ware of American National Biography about teaching, reviewing, and writing biography. This seminar is part of the New England Biography seriesPlease RSVP, this event is free.

There is no Saturday tour this week.

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